No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Decatur
Travel Blogs from Decatur
... lot as he showed me around and my stomach ate itself from hunger. They usually have the community room empty, but they were setting up for their annual fair today. Several people shook my hand in between moving tables and cases of coke. Cyclists are a big deal to this town, and Warren told me to be prepared to have a lot of people wanting to meet me during the fair. They didn't have to try very ***********vince me to stay an extra night to attend the festivities. Warren and ...
My grandma passed away peacefully surrounded by her family yesterday early afternoon. Thank you to everyone for their well wishes and prayers.
Today is John and my 13th wedding anniversary. A bit bittersweet, but pretty wonderful to spend it with family. Our family bought us a gift card to a local restaurant for an anniversary dinner tonight. There is so much love here right now.
... notch, loving, supportive, and caring show, that doubt would have been dashed away last night when I told our road manager that we had to leave immediately (before the show was even over). John didn't do finale and friends all over the lot came out of the woodwork to give us hugs, prayers, and well wishes. Trucks were moved out of the way (even though tent crew was taking down the tent at the same time), financial support for unexpected road trip expenses ...
... we travelled on to the KOA. Was a pretty nice campground. Very friendly staff. Well maintained. There was a Wet Hayride that night, but not for us! (If u had little kids they'd prly love it. They drove people thru the campground in a hay wagon. People on board as well as on the ground were armed with water balloons). I'm sure the kids had fun! We were at Tucano's eating all u can eat meat sliced off a stick!! Really good and ...
... things to do/see, calculating the fuel consumption and guesstimated budget for gas (driving a convertible sports car is obviously not cheap), on top of fees/tolls associated with our planned route, purchasing a new camera to capture all the great moments along the way, packing coolers of sandwich fixin's and drinks (yes we choose to be frugal and make minimal stops.. 5200 miles is no short feat!), and of course praying for safety and growth. Kyle and I hit it ...